Lower Saxony

  • Willem Janszoon Blaeu:  Archiepiscopatus Maghdeburgensis et Anhaltinus Ducatus cum terris adjacentibus

    G. Blaeu, Amsterdam, circa 1630

    Nice copper engraved map of Lower-Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt by G. Blaeu. With one figural cartouche. Bounded on the west by the River Wesel between Nienburg and Mihla, up to Brandenburg in the east,...

    Archiepiscopatus Maghdeburgensis et Anhaltinus Ducatus cum terris...
    1630 - Willem Janszoon Blaeu
    10965

    Antique map of Saxony-Anhalt, Lower-Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by G. Blaeu circa 1630.

  • Jodocus Hondius:  Serenißimo Principi Ac Domino, D. Christiano Duci Brunsvicensi Et Luneburgensi Hanc accuratißiman...

    H. Hondius, Amsterdam, circa 1630

    Very detailed copper engraved map of Lower-Saxony by H. Hondius. With one title cartouche dedicated to D. Christianus. Bounded on the west by the River Wesel between Hoya and Hannoversch Munden, up...

    Serenißimo Principi Ac Domino, D. Christiano Duci Brunsvicensi Et...
    1630 - Jodocus Hondius
    10966

    Antique map of Lower-Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by H. Hondius circa 1630.

  • Jodocus Hondius:  Comitatus Bentheimensis Noua Descriptio Auth. Ioann. Westenberg - Amstelodami Sumptibus Henrici...

    H. Hondius, Amsterdam, circa 1630

    Nice copper engraved map of the Country of Bentheim by H. Hondius. With one title cartouche. Showing Linge, Enschede, Bad Bentheim, Coevorden, Neuenhaus and Nordhorn, centred around Bad Bentheim....

    Comitatus Bentheimensis Noua Descriptio Auth. Ioann. Westenberg -...
    1630 - Jodocus Hondius
    10967

    Antique map of Bad Bentheim, Lower-Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by H. Hondius circa 1630.

  • Johannes Janssonius:  Typus Frisiae Orientalis

    Johannes Janssonius, Amsterdam, 1630 [1633]

    Beautiful map of East Frisia by Johannes Janssonius after Ubbo Emmius. Showing the North Sea coast of Friesland between Dollart and the Jadebusen with Emden, Leer and the East Frisian Islands...

    Typus Frisiae Orientalis
    1630 - Johannes Janssonius
    12663

    Old coloured map of East Frisia, Ostfriesland. Printed in Amsterdam by Johannes Janssonius in 1633.

  • Willem Janszoon Blaeu:  Monasteriensis Episcopatus

    Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1635

    West oriented copper engraved map of North Rhine-Westphalia in original old colour. One nice coloured cartouche and numerous small coats-of-arms within the map. Showing the area between Wesel,...

    Monasteriensis Episcopatus
    1635 - Willem Janszoon Blaeu
    10593

    Old coloured map of North Rhine-Westphalia. Printed in Amsterdam by Blaeu in 1635.

  • Willem Janszoon Blaeu:  Osnabrugensis Episcopatus. Autore Ioanne Gigante.

    Blaeu, Amsterdam, circa 1635

    Nice copper engraved map of the Osnabrück region drawn by Joannes Gigas, published by G. Blaeu. One cartouche with cityview of Osnabrück, coats-of-arm, mileage scale and a inset map of Wiedenbruck....

    Osnabrugensis Episcopatus. Autore Ioanne Gigante.
    1635 - Willem Janszoon Blaeu
    10672

    Antique map of Osnabrück, Lower-Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by Blaeu circa 1635.

  • Willem Janszoon Blaeu:  Oldenburg Comitatus

    G. Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1638

    Antique map of Oldenburg in the Oldenburger Land, Lower Saxony by G. Blaeu. Shows the Oldenburg country between the Weser river and East Friesland from Bremen to Jever and Wildeshausen. Oldenburg...

    Oldenburg Comitatus
    1638 - Willem Janszoon Blaeu
    11846

    Coloured map of Oldenburg, Lower Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by G. Blaeu in 1638.

  • Johannes Janssonius:  Circulus Westphalicus, Sive Germaniae Inferioris.

    Janssonius, Amsterdam, circa 1640

    West oriented copper engraved map of North Rhein-Westphalia and Lower Saxony of W. Blaeu bei J. Janssonius. With one beautiful cartouche with small cityview of Hamburg and two sailing ships. From...

    Circulus Westphalicus, Sive Germaniae Inferioris.
    1640 - Johannes Janssonius
    10428

    Coloured map of Friesland, North Rhein-Westphalia. Printed in Amsterdam by Janssonius circa 1640.

  • Willem Janszoon Blaeu:  Circulus Westphalicus, Sive Germaniae Inferioris

    Blaeu, Amsterdam, circa 1640

    West oriented copper engraved map of North Rhein-Westphalia and Lower Saxony of W. Blaeu. With one beautiful cartouche with a small cityview of Hamburg and two sailing ships. Cities gold highlighted.

    Circulus Westphalicus, Sive Germaniae Inferioris
    1640 - Willem Janszoon Blaeu
    10457

    Old coloured map of Lower Saxony, North Rhein-Westphalia. Printed in Amsterdam by Blaeu circa 1640.

  • Johannes Janssonius:  Monasteriensis Episcopatus

    J. Janssonius, Amsterdam, circa 1640

    West oriented copper engraved map of Lower-Saxony to North Rhine-Westphalia by J. Janssonius. One nice cartouche and numerous small coats-of-arms within the map. Showing the area between Wesel,...

    Monasteriensis Episcopatus
    1640 - Johannes Janssonius
    10963

    Antique map of North Rhine-Westphalia, Lower-Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by J. Janssonius circa 1640.

  • Willem Janszoon Blaeu:  Archiepiscopatus Maghdeburgensis et Anhaltinus Ducatus

    Joan Blaeu, Amsterdam, 1644-55

    Old coloured antique map of Saxony-Anhalt with parts of Lower Saxony and Saxony by G. Blaeu. Shows the area between the Weser in the west and Wittenberg and Leipzig in the east. With Göttingen,...

    Archiepiscopatus Maghdeburgensis et Anhaltinus Ducatus
    1644 - Willem Janszoon Blaeu
    11908

    Old coloured map of Saxony-Anhalt, Lower Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by Joan Blaeu in 1644.

  • Johannes Janssonius:  Oldenburg Comitatus

    Janssonius, Amsterdam, circa 1645

    Nice mid 17th century copper engraved map of the region around Oldenburg and Bremen by J. Janssonius. With one cartouche and a mileage scale. Rare separate issued sheet without the text on verso.

    Oldenburg Comitatus
    1645 - Johannes Janssonius
    10675

    Antique map of Oldenburg, Bremen, Lower Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by Janssonius circa 1645.

  • Johannes Janssonius:  Albis Fluvius. Germaniae Celebris, a Fontibus ad Ostia ...

    Janssonius, Amsterdam, circa 1650

    Nice mid 17th century copper engraved map of the course of the river Elbe in two sections by J. Janssonius. With two cartouches. Rare separate issued sheet without the text on verso.

    Albis Fluvius. Germaniae Celebris, a Fontibus ad Ostia ...
    1650 - Johannes Janssonius
    10655

    Antique map of the Elbe Course. Printed in Amsterdam by Janssonius circa 1650.

  • Johannes Janssonius:  Ducatus Luneburgensis adiacentiumq Regionum Delineatio

    Janssonius, Amsterdam, circa 1650

    Nice mid 17th century copper engraved map of the region around Hamburg and Bremen by J. Janssonius. With one cartouche and a mileage scale. Rare separate issued sheet without the text on verso.

    Ducatus Luneburgensis adiacentiumq Regionum Delineatio
    1650 - Johannes Janssonius
    10670

    Antique map of Hamburg, Bremen, Lower Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by Janssonius circa 1650.

  • Nicolas Sanson:  Oost-Frise, ou le Comte d'Embden...

    H. Jaillot, Paris, circa 1690

    Old coloured antique map of East Frisia by N. Sanson published by Jaillot. Shows the North Sea coast of Friesland with Emden and the Frisian islands of Borkum, Juist, Norderney, Baltrum, Langeoog,...

    Oost-Frise, ou le Comte d'Embden...
    1690 - Nicolas Sanson
    12502

    Old coloured map of East Frisia. Printed in Paris by H. Jaillot circa 1690.

  • Nicolas Sanson:  Le Cercle de la Basse Saxe, ou sont les Eveschés de Lubeck, et d'Hidelsheim, les Duches de...

    Jaillot, Paris, 1692

    Large copper engraved map of northern Germany from N. Sanson published by Jaillot in Paris. Covering the the area from Emden, Hamburg, Hannover up to Stettin in the East. Title on top and second...

    Le Cercle de la Basse Saxe, ou sont les Eveschés de Lubeck, et...
    1692 - Nicolas Sanson
    10466

    Coloured map of Northern Germany. Printed in Paris by Jaillot in 1692.

  • Carel Allard:  Nova Tabula Totius Frisiae Orientalis Emendata Auct. C. Allard

    C. Allard, Amsterdam, circa 1697

    Cooper engraved map of East Friesland by Carel Allard. Showing the North Sea coastal line of Friesland with Emden and the islands Borkum, Norderney, Langeoog, Spickeroog and Wanderooge. It's the...

    Nova Tabula Totius Frisiae Orientalis Emendata Auct. C. Allard
    1697 - Carel Allard
    10459

    Old coloured map of Friesland. Printed in Amsterdam by C. Allard circa 1697.

  • Frederick de Wit:  Ducatus Luneburgici et Dannebergensis Comitatus Nova Descriptio in Eorumdem Praefecturas

    Covens & Mortier, Amsterdam, circa 1710

    Detailed copper engraved map of Lower Saxony of F. de Wit by Covens and Mortier. Covering the area between Hamburg, Hannover, Braunschweig and Salzwedel with one figurative cartouche.

    Ducatus Luneburgici et Dannebergensis Comitatus Nova Descriptio in...
    1710 - Frederick de Wit
    10456

    Old coloured map of Lower Saxony. Printed in Amsterdam by Covens & Mortier circa 1710.

  • Christoph Weigel:  Westfaliae ordines secundum regiones suas distineti addita cursus publici permutatione

    Johann Ernst Adelbulner, Nuremberg, 1718

    Antique map of Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia by Christoph Weigel. Shows the area between Hamburg, Cologne, Oldenburg and Hannover. In the centre Münster and Osnabrück. Decorated with...

    Westfaliae ordines secundum regiones suas distineti addita cursus...
    1718 - Christoph Weigel
    11995

    Old coloured map of North Rhine-Westphalia, Lower Saxony. Printed in Nuremberg by Johann Ernst Adelbulner in 1718.

  • Christoph Weigel:  Saxonia Inferior

    Johann Ernst Adelbulner, Nuremberg, 1718

    Antique map of Lower Saxony by Christoph Weigel. Showing the area between Kiel, Rügen, Berlin, Halle and Oldenburg in the west. Below left small city view of Hamburg. Decorated with beautiful title...

    Saxonia Inferior
    1718 - Christoph Weigel
    11996

    Old coloured map of Lower Saxony. Printed in Nuremberg by Johann Ernst Adelbulner in 1718.

  • Christoph Weigel:  Holsatiae, Dithmarsiae, Stormariae et Vagriae Ducatus

    Johann Ernst Adelbulner, Nuremberg, 1718

    Antique map of Holstein by Christoph Weigel. Below the Elbe with Hamburg to Lauenburg and Boizenburg. The historical landscapes are highlighted by the colouring: Wagiren from Kiel Fjord to Lübeck...

    Holsatiae, Dithmarsiae, Stormariae et Vagriae Ducatus
    1718 - Christoph Weigel
    11997

    Old coloured map of Lübeck, Kiel, Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein. Printed in Nuremberg by Johann Ernst Adelbulner in 1718.

  • Christoph Weigel:  Ducatus Luneburgensis et Comitatus Dannebergensis nova tabula

    Johann Ernst Adelbulner, Nuremberg, 1718

    Antique map of Lower Saxony by Christoph Weigel. Shows the area between Hamburg, Hannover, Braunschweig, Dannenberg and Salzwedel in the east. With Lüneburg, Uelzen, Gifhorn and Wolfsburg....

    Ducatus Luneburgensis et Comitatus Dannebergensis nova tabula
    1718 - Christoph Weigel
    11998

    Old coloured map of Lower Saxony. Printed in Nuremberg by Johann Ernst Adelbulner in 1718.

  • Johann Baptist Homann:  Ducatus Luneburgici et Comitatus Dannebergensis accurata Descriptio

    J. B. Homann, Nuremberg, circa 1720

    Detailed copper engraved map of Lower Saxony of J. B. Homann. Covering the area between Hamburg, Hannover, Braunschweig and Salzwedel with one figurative cartouche.

    Ducatus Luneburgici et Comitatus Dannebergensis accurata Descriptio
    1720 - Johann Baptist Homann
    10460

    Old coloured map of Lower Saxony. Printed in Nuremberg by J. B. Homann circa 1720.

  • Johann Baptist Homann:  Circuli Westphaliae in Omnes suos Status et Provincias

    Johann Baptist Homann, Nuremberg, circa 1720

    Old coloured map of Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia by by Johann Baptist Homann. Shows the area between Hamburg, Cologne, Oldenburg and Hanover. Centred around Münster and Osnabrück....

    Circuli Westphaliae in Omnes suos Status et Provincias
    1720 - Johann Baptist Homann
    11751

    Old coloured map of North Rhine-Westphalia, Lower Saxony. Printed in Nuremberg by Johann Baptist Homann circa 1720.

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